2014 San Francisco 49ers Season
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2014 San Francisco 49ers Season
2014 San Francisco 49ers season
OwnerJed York
Head coachJim Harbaugh
General managerTrent Baalke
Home fieldLevi's Stadium
Division place3rd NFC West
Playoff finishDid not qualify
Pro BowlersSS Antoine Bethea
G Mike Iupati
T Joe Staley
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The 2014 San Francisco 49ers season was the franchise's 65th season in the National Football League, the 69th overall and the fourth under the head coach/general manager tandem of Jim Harbaugh and Trent Baalke. It also marked the 49ers' inaugural season playing their home games at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

The 49ers were favorites to make another Super Bowl run at the beginning of the season. Unfortunately, they failed to improve on their 12-4 record from 2013 as several factors resulted in the team falling apart. With their loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 15, the 49ers were mathematically eliminated from the postseason, and did not qualify for the first time since 2010. After the season ended, it was announced Jim Harbaugh mutually agreed to end his contract with the 49ers, which Harbaugh later disputed.[1] [2]

Despite missing significant starters on the defensive side of the ball due to injuries for most of the season (including Pro-Bowlers NaVorro Bowman and Patrick Willis), the 49ers still finished with the NFL's fifth ranked defense in terms of total yards. They also led the league in interceptions with 23, led by cornerback Perrish Cox, who had five. The 49ers defense also finished fourth in the league in total takeaways with 29. The offense, on the other hand, struggled mightily. The 49ers finished 30th in passing yards per game, 25th in the league averaging just 19.1 points per game while Colin Kaepernick was also sacked 52 times during the season, a team record. From Weeks 7-15, the 49ers averaged just 13.8 points per game, last in the league. During that same stretch, they hit the twenty point mark just once. They were also outscored by 81 points in the second half of games, and scored just one offensive touchdown in the fourth quarter all year. As a result, offensive coordinator Greg Roman was fired after the season ended.


Roster changes

Free agents

Position Player Tag 2014 Team Notes
WR Anquan Boldin UFA San Francisco 49ers Signed 2 year/$12 million deal
SS Donte Whitner UFA Cleveland Browns Signed 4 year/$28 million deal
CB Tarell Brown UFA Oakland Raiders Signed 2 year/$6 million deal
CB Perrish Cox RFA San Francisco 49ers
K Phil Dawson UFA San Francisco 49ers Signed 2 year/$6 million deal
RB Anthony Dixon UFA Buffalo Bills Signed 3 year/$3.5 million deal
DE Demarcus Dobbs RFA San Francisco 49ers Tendered one-year contract
C Jonathan Goodwin UFA New Orleans Saints Signed a 1-year deal
WR Mario Manningham UFA New York Giants Signed with the Giants March 18
QB Colt McCoy UFA Washington Redskins Signed with the Redskins April 3
FB Bruce Miller UFA San Francisco 49ers Signed 3-year extension
WR Kassim Osgood UFA San Francisco 49ers Signed one-year deal
LB Michael Wilhoite ERFA San Francisco 49ers Tendered one-year contract
CB Eric Wright UFA San Francisco 49ers Signed one-year deal


Position Player 2013 Team Notes
SS Antoine Bethea Indianapolis Colts signed March 11
CB Chris Cook Minnesota Vikings signed March 14
QB Blaine Gabbert Jacksonville Jaguars traded March 11 for 6th round draft pick
OT Jonathan Martin Miami Dolphins traded March 11 for conditional draft pick
WR Brandon Lloyd Retired signed April 15
WR Stevie Johnson Buffalo Bills traded May 9 for conditional draft pick
LB Blake Costanzo Chicago Bears Signed June 3


Position Player 2014 Team Notes
CB Carlos Rogers Oakland Raiders released March 10
CB Eric Wright retired June 17
RB LaMichael James released September 8[3]
RB Marcus Lattimore retired November 5[4]

2014 NFL Draft

San Francisco 49ers 2014 NFL Draft selections
Draft order Player name Position Height Weight College Notes
Round Choice Overall
1 30 30 Jimmie Ward Safety 5'11" 193 NIU
2 24 56 Traded to the Denver Broncos[b] From Chiefs[a]
25 57 Carlos Hyde Running back 6'0" 230 Ohio State From Dolphins[c]
29 61 Traded to the Jacksonville Jaguars[d]
31 63 Traded to the Miami Dolphins[c] From Broncos[b]
3 6 70 Marcus Martin Center 6'3" 320 USC From Jaguars[d]
13 77 Chris Borland Linebacker 5'11" 248 Wisconsin From Titans[e]
30 94 Traded to the Cleveland Browns[f]
36 100 Brandon Thomas Offensive tackle 6'3" 317 lbs Clemson Compensatory pick
4 6 106 Bruce Ellington Wide receiver 5'9" 197 lbs South Carolina From Browns[f]
29 129 Dontae Johnson Cornerback 6'2" 195 lbs NC State
5 10 150 Aaron Lynch Outside Linebacker 6'5" 250 lbs South Florida From Jaguars[d]
30 170 Keith Reaser Cornerback 6'0" 180 lbs Florida Atlantic
31 171 Traded to the Miami Dolphins[c] From Broncos[b]
6 4 180 Kenneth Acker Cornerback 6'0" 185 lbs SMU From Browns[f]
29 205 Traded to the Jacksonville Jaguars[g]
7 27 242 Traded to the Denver Broncos[b] From Saints[h]
28 243 Kaleb Ramsey Defensive tackle 6'1" 300 lbs Boston College From Panthers[i]
30 245 Trey Millard Fullback 5'10" 239 lbs Oklahoma


^[a] The 49ers acquired an additional second-round selection (No. 56 overall) as part of a trade that sent quarterback Alex Smith to the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs originally sent a third-round selection to the 49ers, however, the selection was upgraded to a second-rounder after a condition was met in which the Chiefs won a minimum of eight games during the 2013 season.
^[b] The Broncos traded their second- and fifth-round selections in 2014 (Nos. 63 and 171 overall, respectively) as well a fifth-round selection in the 2015 NFL Draft to the 49ers in exchange for a second- and seventh-round selection (Nos. 56 and 242 overall).
^[c] The 49ers traded the second- and fifth-round selections they acquired from Denver[b] to Miami in exchange for Miami's second-round selection (No. 57 overall)
^[d] Jacksonville traded their third- and fifth-round selections (Nos. 70 and 150 overall) to the 49ers in exchange for the 49ers second-round selection (No. 61 overall).
^[e] The 49ers acquired an additional third-round selection (No. 77 overall) as part of a trade that sent their 2013 third-round selection to the Tennessee Titans.
^[f] Cleveland traded their fourth- and sixth-round selections (Nos. 106 and 180 overall) to the 49ers in exchange for the 49ers third-round selection (No. 95 overall).
^[g] The 49ers traded their sixth-round selection (No. 205 overall) to the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for quarterback Blaine Gabbert.
^[h] The 49ers acquired an additional seventh-round selection as (No. 242 overall) part of a trade that sent linebacker Parys Haralson to the New Orleans Saints.
^[i] The 49ers acquired an additional seventh-round selection (No. 243 overall) as part of a trade that sent safety Colin Jones to the Carolina Panthers.

Undrafted free agents

Position Player College Notes
QB Kory Faulkner SIU waived July 29
LB Shayne Skov Stanford waived August 30
TE Asante Cleveland Miami waived August 30
LB Morgan Breslin USC waived May 27
S LJ McCray Catawba College made the 53-man roster
OT Fou Fonoti Michigan State waived July 29
C Dillon Farrell New Mexico made the 53-man roster
RB Glenn Winston Michigan State waived August 30
OT Michael Phillipp Oregon State waived August 30
TE Kevin Greene USC waived August 25


Final roster



Week Date Opponent Result Record Game site NFL.com
1 August 7 at Baltimore Ravens L 3-23 0-1 M&T Bank Stadium Recap
2 August 17 Denver Broncos L 0-34 0-2 Levi's Stadium Recap
3 August 24 San Diego Chargers W 21-7 1-2 Levi's Stadium Recap
4 August 28 at Houston Texans W 40-13 2-2 NRG Stadium Recap

Regular season

San Francisco began the season strong at 4-2, but struggled heavily down the stretch as they would lose 6 of their last 10 to fall out of contention. The 49ers entered the season looking to improve on their 12-4 record from last year, but by Week 9 exceeding their loss total from the season before and having a non-winning record for the first time since their 2010 campaign. In Week 15, the 49ers were eliminated from playoff contention with a loss to Seattle. Although the 49ers has the fourth ranked defense in the league for 2014, the 49ers offense finished at the bottom five in many offensive categories. From Weeks 7-15, the 49ers possessed last in the league in points scored, averaging 13.9 points per game and scoring 20 or more points just once (in a Week 10 win against New Orleans). Colin Kaepernick was sacked more than 30 times during that stretch and the 49ers were outscored in the second half of 7 out of those 8 games by a wide margin.

Week Date Opponent Result Record Game site NFL.com
1 September 7 at Dallas Cowboys W 28-17 1-0 AT&T Stadium Recap
2 September 14 Chicago Bears L 20-28 1-1 Levi's Stadium Recap
3 September 21 at Arizona Cardinals L 14-23 1-2 University of Phoenix Stadium Recap
4 September 28 Philadelphia Eagles W 26-21 2-2 Levi's Stadium Recap
5 October 5 Kansas City Chiefs W 22-17 3-2 Levi's Stadium Recap
6 October 13 at St. Louis Rams W 31-17 4-2 Edward Jones Dome Recap
7 October 19 at Denver Broncos L 17-42 4-3 Sports Authority Field at Mile High Recap
8 Bye
9 November 2 St. Louis Rams L 10-13 4-4 Levi's Stadium Recap
10 November 9 at New Orleans Saints W 27-24 (OT) 5-4 Mercedes-Benz Superdome Recap
11 November 16 at New York Giants W 16-10 6-4 MetLife Stadium Recap
12 November 23 Washington Redskins W 17-13 7-4 Levi's Stadium Recap
13 November 27 Seattle Seahawks L 3-19 7-5 Levi's Stadium Recap
14 December 7 at Oakland Raiders L 13-24 7-6 O.co Coliseum Recap
15 December 14 at Seattle Seahawks L 7-17 7-7 CenturyLink Field Recap
16 December 20 San Diego Chargers L 35-38 (OT) 7-8 Levi's Stadium Recap
17 December 28 Arizona Cardinals W 20-17 8-8 Levi's Stadium Recap
Note: Intra-division opponents are in bold text.

Game summaries

Week 1: at Dallas Cowboys

Game Notes

The 49ers would score touchdowns on each of three Cowboys turnovers, all before halftime. Even though the Cowboys held a significant edge in 1st quarter time of possession (13:26 to 1:34), the 49ers had a 21-3 lead due to the turnovers. With the 49ers up 28-3, the Cowboys would find themselves with their largest halftime deficit in a home opener ever. Although the 49ers would not score again in the second half, they would only hold the Cowboys to 14 more points, and win the game.

Week 2: vs. Chicago Bears

In a pattern similar to the Dallas game of week one, the Niners jumped out to an early 17-0 lead, only to fall victim to a hailstorm of penalties, turnovers and a strong Bears comeback, 28-20. A blocked punt led to a Niner touchdown in the third minute of the game, but a seven-minute drive later in the quarter stalled in the red zone and only yielded a field goal. After a short punt in the second quarter, the Niners scored a second touchdown, but Chicago answered with their first touchdown just before halftime. To start the third quarter, the Niners held the ball for more than nine minutes. But they once again failed in the red zone, and settled for another field goal. The Bears scored three touchdowns in the second half to emerge with the win. The Niners were called on 16 penalties for 118 yards, losing one touchdown run, and keeping Bears' drives alive on multiple occasions. Colin Kaepernick threw three interceptions, lost a fumble, and was called for unsportsmanlike conduct after an interception. The Niners outgained Chicago 361-216, and held the Bears to only 46 rushing yards, but the overwhelming weight of the turnovers and penalties negated any other advantage. The Bears scored touchdowns the last four times they had the ball. This was also the first time since 1985 that the Bears won a road game against the 49ers, ending the Bears' 8-game road losing streak against the 49ers (the Bears were outscored in those 8 losses by a score of 271 to 49).

Week 3: at Arizona Cardinals

For the third straight game, the Niners jumped out to an early lead, only to be shut out for the remainder of the game. And for the second straight game, mistakes and penalties allowed their opponent to take the victory. The Niners had pulled out to a 14-6 lead with 5:07 remaining in the second quarter, but saw the Cardinals score 17 unanswered points for a 23-14 victory. The Niners failed to score the last six times they had the ball, and racked up nine penalties for 107 yards, most in the second half.

Week 4: vs. Philadelphia Eagles

The Niners broke the pattern of their first three games, and mounted a second half comeback to beat the Eagles (the 49ers trailed 21-10 in the second quarter). Philadelphia exploited Niner mistakes to score first half touchdowns on a blocked punt recovery, an interception return and a punt return. But the defense never allowed a point by the Eagles offense, who had led the league in scoring through the first 3 weeks of the season, and on the strength of two Colin Kaepernick touchdown passes and four Phil Dawson field goals, they took a late 26-21 lead. Late in the game the Eagles moved to the Niner one yard line, but they turned the ball over on downs, and the Niners held on for the win. The Niners outgained the Eagles 407-213, and held the ball for 42:17.

Week 5: vs. Kansas City Chiefs

In a game that saw the return of Alex Smith to the Bay Area, the Niners prevailed in a see-saw game, 22-17, on the strength of five Phil Dawson field goals. Kansas City took an early lead on a Smith to Travis Kelce touchdown pass, but Colin Kaepernick hit Stevie Johnson with a TD pass just before halftime for a 13-10 lead. Smith struck again in the third quarter with a 17-yard scoring pass to De'Anthony Thomas, but Dawson hit three more field goals to give the Niners the win. The Niners outgained the Chiefs 357-264, and had a 36:04-23:56 time of possession advantage, but they only scored one touchdown in four trips into the red zone, continuing their season-long problem in that area.

Week 6: at St. Louis Rams

After trailing 14-0 in the 1st quarter to the Rams, the 49ers completely turned the game around, outscoring the Rams 31-3 and won by a score of 31-17. With :24 left in the first half, the 49ers down 14-3 and getting outplayed on both sides of the ball, Colin Kaepernick hit Brandon Lloyd for an 80-yard touchdown pass that would eventually turn the game around and give the 49ers the momentum. Kaepernick threw for 343 yards and 3 touchdowns and Anquan Boldin had 7 catches for 94 yards and a touchdown. The 49ers defense recorded 5 sacks, matching their season total. It's the first time since 1986 that the 49ers have trailed by double digits and end up winning by double digits (last time was October 26, 1986, vs Green Bay). This is also the second time this season the 49ers erased a double digit deficit and won. (Week 4 vs. Eagles)

Week 7: at Denver Broncos

Behind Peyton Manning's four touchdown passes, the Broncos scored early and often, and administered a sound thrashing to the Niners, 42-17. After a Colin Kaepernick to Stevie Johnson touchdown pass had closed the halftime margin to 21-10, Denver exploded for three unanswered touchdowns in the third quarter to put the game away early. Manning was 22 of 26 for 318 yards and four touchdowns, with an almost-perfect quarterback rating of 157.2, as this was one of the worst displays of pass defense by the Niners in history. The Bronco defense held the Niners to 62 yards rushing and totally overwhelmed the offensive line.

Week 9: vs. St. Louis Rams

Colin Kaepernick fumbled the ball on a quarterback sneak at the Rams 1 yard line with less than 10 seconds remaining in the game, and the Rams held on to upset the Niners, 13-10. The game was a defensive struggle, with both touchdowns scored on drives of less than 40 yards. The 49ers offense continued to struggle, not registering a single point in the 2nd half.

Week 10: at New Orleans Saints

With the season on the line, the 49ers got off to a quick start, leading 14-0 in the first quarter with a pair of rushing touchdowns by Frank Gore and Carlos Hyde. The Saints would rebound in the 2nd half to take a 24-21 lead. With 1:34 to go, and the 49ers facing a 4th and 10 from their own 22 yard line, Colin Kaepernick found a wide open Michael Crabtree for a 51-yard gain, that set up the game-tying field goal. On the last play of regulation, the Saints appeared to have scored on a Hail Mary pass from Drew Brees, but the play was overturned by offensive pass interference. In overtime, Ahmad Brooks sacked Brees, causing a fumble recovered by the 49ers Chris Borland on the Saints' 17. On the very next play, Phil Dawson kicked the game-winning field goal, giving the Niners a 27-24 win. This was the Saints first home loss in 12 games, and the first home loss under Sean Payton in 20 games (Payton was suspended for all of 2012 season).

Week 11: at New York Giants

With the 49ers offense continuing to struggle in the game, the defense more than made up for it. The 49ers defense intercepted Giants QB Eli Manning 5 times and sacked him twice. In the 4th quarter, with the 49ers holding a 16-10 lead, the Giants marched down the field to the 49ers 4 yard line with 5:25 left to play. The 49ers defense forced 3 incomplete passes and rookie linebacker Chris Borland intercepted Eli Manning's throw on 4th and goal to preserve the win. This was the second time this season the 49ers defense had a goal line stand late in a game (Week 4 vs Eagles). Colin Kaepernick went 15/29 for 193 yards and a touchdown pass. Frank Gore had 19 carries for 95 yards. With the win, the 49ers moved to 6-4 on the season.

Week 12: vs. Washington Redskins

Carlos Hyde scored a rare fourth quarter touchdown for the Niners, and allowed them to hold off the Redskins, 17-13.

Week 13: vs. Seattle Seahawks

Thanksgiving Day game

The Thanksgiving night matchup against Seattle on national television turned out to be a Seahawk win. While the defense held Seattle to a touchdown and four field goals, the Niners only managed 164 yards of offense and one third quarter field goal. The offense, which traditionally collapsed this season in the face of second half adjustments, never got untracked at all, averaging 3.2 yards per pass and 3.6 yards per rush. Two Colin Kaepernick interceptions and a Perrish Cox fumble were the difference in the game. After the game, 49ers owner Jed York apologized to fans on Twitter for his team's poor performance.

Week 14: at Oakland Raiders

The Niners were defeated by local rival Oakland. One of the league's worst defenses dominated the Niner offense. The Niners went into halftime tied at 10 after a 52-yard field goal by Phil Dawson with one second remaining, and briefly led, 13-10 in the third quarter on another Dawson kick. Consecutive 80-yard touchdown drives in the second half by the Raiders condemned the Niners to defeat.

Week 15: at Seattle Seahawks

For the first time in the Jim Harbaugh era, the 49ers lost their third consecutive game. The Niners were several point underdogs in this game, but managed to stay competitive throughout thanks to their defense. They sacked Russell Wilson five times, intercepted him once and held him to just 168 passing yards, while pressuring him throughout the game. But despite a second quarter touchdown by Frank Gore that gave them the lead at halftime, the offense was ineffective, and could not find a rhythm. This was the seventh time in the last eight games the 49ers offense failed to attain at least 20 points. Since week 7, the 49ers were last in the league in scoring (13.7 points per game). With the loss the 49ers were eliminated from playoff contention.

Week 16: vs. San Diego Chargers

The 49ers dominated the first half and led 28-7 at halftime. However, their second half offense stalled while the defense fell apart as the 49ers squandered a 21-point 3rd quarter lead and a 14-point lead in the final minutes of the 4th quarter. The Chargers outscored the 49ers 31-7 after halftime. Trailing 35-28, the Chargers drove down the field for the game-tying touchdown, converting two 4th downs on that drive. The 49ers attempted to win in the final seconds of regulation, but Phil Dawson's 60 yard kick was way off. The game went to overtime. The 49ers got the ball first, but a fumble by Quinton Patton allowed the Chargers to have possession on their own 40. The Chargers drove the 49ers' 22 yard line before kicking a field goal to hand the 49ers their fourth straight loss. The 49ers rushed for an astonishing 355 yards, including a 52-yard touchdown run by Frank Gore and a 90-yard touchdown run by Colin Kaepernick. The 49ers set an NFL record for most rushing yards in a loss[5] The 49ers also scored 35 points, a season high. However, their offensive struggles in the second half of games continued. During the four game losing streak, the 49ers scored only 13 points in the second half of their games (outscored 65-13 by opponents in the second half of those games). With the loss the 49ers fell to 7-8, ensuring that they would finish without a winning record for the first time since the 2010 season.

Week 17: vs. Arizona Cardinals

A strong defensive showing overcame the usual second half collapse by the offense, and the Niners held on for a 20-17 win, to even their season record at 8-8. The 49ers defense intercepted Cardinals QB Ryan Lindley three times and sacked him twice, shutting Arizona out in the second half. Phil Dawson kicked two field goals, and Bruce Miller caught a three-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter for the margin of victory. Frank Gore, who needed just 38 yards to reach 1,000 rushing yards on the year, rushed for 144 yards on 25 carries. It's the eighth time in his career that he has rushed for 1,000 yards in a season. 49ers Wideout Anquan Boldin caught a 76-yard touchdown pass, giving him over 1,000 yards receiving for the year. This was the last game coached by 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh, as he and the 49ers front office mutually agreed to cut ties after the game.



NFC West
(1) Seattle Seahawks 12 4 0 .750 5-1 10-2 394 254 W6
(5) Arizona Cardinals 11 5 0 .688 3-3 8-4 310 299 L2
San Francisco 49ers 8 8 0 .500 2-4 7-5 306 340 W1
St. Louis Rams 6 10 0 .375 2-4 4-8 324 354 L3


Division leaders
1[a] Seattle Seahawks West 12 4 0 .750 5-1 10-2 .525 .513 W6
2[a] Green Bay Packers North 12 4 0 .750 5-1 9-3 .482 .440 W2
3[a] Dallas Cowboys East 12 4 0 .750 4-2 8-4 .445 .422 W4
4 Carolina Panthers South 7 8 1 .469 4-2 6-6 .490 .357 W4
Wild Cards
5[b] Arizona Cardinals West 11 5 0 .688 3-3 8-4 .523 .477 L2
6[b] Detroit Lions North 11 5 0 .688 5-1 9-3 .471 .392 L1
Did not qualify for the postseason
7 Philadelphia Eagles East 10 6 0 .625 4-2 6-6 .490 .416 W1
8 San Francisco 49ers West 8 8 0 .500 2-4 7-5 .527 .508 W1
9[c] New Orleans Saints South 7 9 0 .438 3-3 6-6 .486 .415 W1
10[c] Minnesota Vikings North 7 9 0 .438 1-5 6-6 .475 .308 W1
11[d] New York Giants East 6 10 0 .375 2-4 4-8 .512 .323 L1
12[d] Atlanta Falcons South 6 10 0 .375 5-1 6-6 .482 .380 L1
13[d] St. Louis Rams West 6 10 0 .375 2-4 4-8 .531 .427 L3
14 Chicago Bears North 5 11 0 .313 1-5 4-8 .529 .338 L5
15 Washington Redskins East 4 12 0 .250 2-4 2-10 .496 .422 L1
16 Tampa Bay Buccaneers South 2 14 0 .125 0-6 1-11 .486 .469 L6
  1. ^ a b c Seattle, Green Bay and Dallas were ranked in seeds 1-3 based on conference record.
  2. ^ a b Arizona defeated Detroit head-to-head (Week 11, 14-6).
  3. ^ a b New Orleans defeated Minnesota head-to-head (Week 3, 20-9).
  4. ^ a b c The New York Giants defeated both Atlanta and St. Louis head-to-head (Atlanta: Week 5, 30-20; St. Louis: Week 16, 37-27), while Atlanta finished ahead of St. Louis
    based on conference record.
  5. ^ When breaking ties for three or more teams under the NFL's rules, they are first broken within divisions, then comparing only the highest ranked remaining team from each division.

Levi's Stadium parking issues

In November 2013, Levi's Stadium and 49ers' officials initially requested the NFL to not schedule any weekday home games during the preseason or regular season -- including Monday and Thursday Night Football -- during Levi's Stadium's inaugural season, due to parking issues in the Santa Clara area during weekdays.[8] Two months later (January 2014), the Santa Clara City Council approved a two-year deal with the Santa Clara Golf & Tennis Club that would have opened up 10,000 additional parking spaces within walking distance of Levi's Stadium, as well as reimbursed the club $250,000 for each year, which would have enabled the team to host Monday and Thursday night games for both the 2014 and 2015 seasons.[9] However, the NFL decided not to schedule any weeknight prime-time games at Levi's Stadium during the 2014 season, for the exception of the Week 13 Thanksgiving game, until traffic flow within the area is figured out.[10]



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  3. ^ Wilkening, Mike. "Agent: 49ers releasing LaMichael James". Pro Football Talk. Retrieved 2014.
  4. ^ Wesseling, Chris. "Marcus Lattimore informs 49ers he intends to retire". NFL.com. Retrieved 2014.
  5. ^ "49ers set record in defeat" Bleacher Report. December 22, 2014
  6. ^ "2014 Conference Standings". NFL.com. Retrieved 2014.
  7. ^ "2014 NFL playoff picture". CBS Sports. Retrieved 2014.
  8. ^ Matier, Phil (December 9, 2013). "Lack Of Parking Means No Monday Night Football At Levi's Stadium". CBS San Francisco. Retrieved 2013.
  9. ^ Rosenberg, Mike (January 15, 2014). "49ers new stadium adding 10,000 parking spaces; Monday night games back on". San Jose Mercury News. Retrieved 2014.
  10. ^ Biggs, Brad (March 25, 2014). "NFL uncertain of release date for 2014 schedule". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 2014.

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